Franklin, Tenn., Nov. 19, 2015 — Experian Health, the healthcare-industry leader for comprehensive revenue cycle products and services, today announced that it has experienced a strong first half of 2015, with continued growth of 15 percent year over year. As part of that growth, Experian Health has expanded its footprint in many academic sites, including the following medical centers: University of Utah Health Care, Salt Lake City, Utah; Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, N.C.; and Stanford Healthcare, Stanford, Calif.
Through its suite of revenue cycle, identity and patient management, and population wellness solutions, Experian Health will enable these nationally recognized academic medical centers to achieve payment and care certainty for every patient.
“We’re thrilled to be able to expand our client base and provide industry-leading solutions to additional organizations so that they may better serve their patients,” said Scott Bagwell, president of Experian Health. “Expanding our client base allows us to continue our firm commitment to providing data and insights that empower users to take appropriate actions to enhance the overall patient experience, mitigate risk and improve profitability.”
The products and services that Experian Health brings to its clients have been recognized by KLAS year after year, and the organization was recently ranked No. 1 by Modern Healthcare as the largest revenue cycle firm.
“Experian Health has again seen solid growth during the first half of our fiscal year, with revenues increasing in all areas of the business,” said Jennifer Schulz, group president of Experian’s vertical markets. “Demand for our innovative revenue cycle solutions, which are helping businesses operate at high degrees of operational efficiency, continues to grow as we add these prestigious organizations to our client base.”
Additional new Experian Health client wins include Massachusetts Eye and Ear Associates, South Hampton Hospital and Sid Peterson Memorial Hospital, among others.
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Experian Health provides a single solution for the healthcare industry that redefines revenue cycle efficiency and effectiveness. More than 3,000 hospitals and 10,000 other healthcare organizations representing more than 100,000 providers nationwide rely on the company’s best-in-class technology through every facet of the revenue cycle — including orders and scheduling, patient access, claims and contract management, patient engagement, patient collections optimization and population health management. From initial patient access to actionable, real-time data and analytics, the eCare NEXT® platform combines Touchless Processing™ and an exception-based workflow to help healthcare organizations achieve payment certainty by automating workflow, optimizing payments from patients and payers, creating business intelligence and mitigating risk. For more information on the Experian Health and Passport® suite of products and services, visit http://www.experian.com/health.
We are the leading global information services company, providing data and analytical tools to our clients around the world. We help businesses to manage credit risk, prevent fraud, target marketing offers and automate decision making.
We also help people to check their credit report and credit score, and protect against identity theft. In 2015, we were named by Forbes magazine as one of the “World’s Most Innovative Companies.”
We employ approximately 17,000 people in 38 countries and our corporate headquarters are in Dublin, Ireland, with operational headquarters in Nottingham, UK; California, US; and São Paulo, Brazil.
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